"Look at that face. Would anyone vote for that?" Those are the words blurted out by The Donald, who later attempted to soften the blow by stating he meant "Her persona."
No you didn't. You said "face."
When Fiorina retorted in the debate, "I think women all over this country heard very clearly what Mr. Trump said," it was one of the very rare times you will ever see Donald Trump flinch.
Personally, I like Donald Trump. I think, economically, he'd be a great President. But there are two things involved here: 1) Fiorina and Trump have something important in common; success in business. 2) Fiorina's face is actually kind of nice looking, so what the heck is Trump talking about?
So let's look at Carly Fiorina. No, I mean REALLY look at her.
During CNN's so-called debate, Fiorina said many important things, such as strengthening the military and blasting Planned Parenthood's ghoulish practices, plus she had the only good answer to the featherbrained question of what woman to put on the new $10 bill.
But what will the voters remember? "Look at that face."
The real problem with Fiorina is money. Usually when one does so well in two debates in a row, the campaign donations flood in. That apparently is not the case here. As of this writing, Fiorina has slightly more campaign cash than Rick Perry did, and he dropped out. Will her campaign coffers last until February? Perhaps The Donald can contribute.
Meanwhile Trump continues to play to packed houses. Voters, many of whom feel disaffected by their own party , like Trump's brash, tell-it-like-it-is style. They also like that he is not an elected official. Well, neither is Fiorina. And since she got in The Donald's FACE, will she pick up some of his voters? This remains to be seen.
So look at that face. Look at all their faces. Take a good look.